Daily Drakeboeing

boeingCrews today are working to remove three Boeing 737 fuselages that tumbled from derailed train cars into the Clark Fork River west of Missoula, Montana. The cargo, including complete fuselages of six single-aisle 737s, fuselage panels for a long-range 777, and wing parts for a jumbo 747, was en route from Wichita, Kansas, to plants in Washington State.

Special thanks to these rafters, and their cameras, for some stellar observations.

“At least they don’t have engines, it’s just a hole.”

 

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